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The Walking Dead 15th anniversary covers revealed
By James W, Sunday 11th February 2018

Image/Skybound Entertainment has revealed three more in a series of monthly The Walking Dead variant covers featuring art by Bill Sienkiewicz, to celebrate the 15th anniversary of the long-running series. These Sienkiewicz variants kick-off the "New World Order" story arc and will run throughout 2018. Revealed below are The Walking Dead #177, The Walking Dead #178, and The Walking Dead #179.

This new story arc will introduce all-new friends, new enemies, new threats, and a whole new order.

The Walking Dead #177 Cover A and Cover B by Sienkiewicz will be available in stores on Wednesday, March 7th.

The Walking Dead #178 Cover A and Cover B by Sienkiewicz will be available in stores on Wednesday, April 4th.

The Walking Dead #179 will hit stores on Wednesday, May 2nd.


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